The decision to leave the European Union has dominated the new cycles since June 2016 highlighting that no matter the strides made to respect people’s differences in backgrounds, economics and geography prejudice remains. Some people wished Brexit would happen faster. Some didn’t want it but will get on with it anyway. Others were waiting for a chance to stop it from happening at all. And there were those who said Britain is being upended, for better or worse, by a decision they shouldn’t have to make.
The formal departure date is slated for March 29, 2019, and one thing is consistent when you bring BREXIT into any conversation – a sense of frustration.
The most prominent concern for people on both sides of the argument?
The size of the divorce bill, getting a fair deal from the EU and the prospect of rising food prices and living costs.
So the question is if given a chance to vote BREXIT again, would people change their vote?
British Prime Minister Theresa May has not gotten the traction she would like since the vote, but finally agreed to keep EU laws in place until 2020. With 2019 right around the corner she needs to finalise the terms of the U.K.’s exit and work out what the future relationship with EU.
One concern stands out to citizens and investors alike, how would Brexit affect trading ?
Either way both sides want to wrap up a deal by the end of the year.
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